Tottenham Smash Wage Structure As Harry Kane Signs £90m Six-Yeal Deal – CheapGoals
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Tottenham Smash Wage Structure As Harry Kane Signs £90m Six-Yeal Deal



England and Tottenham forward Harry Kane has penned a massive new contract with The Lilywhites. The deal, which sees his weekly salary multiplied, will keep him at the club until 2024.

Kane, who has ascended in the course of recent years to wind up as one of the biggest players in world football, has seen his prolific goalscoring form compensated with a pristine contract, which tremendously increases his pay at Tottenham.

There had been gossip tidbits over the past year that Kane may have to leave Spurs keeping in mind the end goal to get the huge cash that players of his stature usually earn, because of Tottenham’s strict wage structure, anyway Spurs have now put an end to those speculations.

This new contract will go about as an obstruction to huge clubs like Real Madrid, who had been reportedly keen to secure the services of Harry Kane.

The English forward, whose previous weekly wages is £100,000, has seen his wages multiplied with the new contract. This new £200,000 deal additionally incorporates huge bonus clauses, and this implies his income could ascend to as much as £15m per year, which means the estimation of the deal could be as high as £90m.

The six-year contract keeps Harry Kane at the club until 2024 and comes after Spurs’ boss Mauricio Pochettino penned a five-year deal. With Spurs moving into their new, remodeled stadium next season, there are only positive signs for The Lilywhites fans right now, and according to top British new outlet DailyMail, the club is on the verge of another contract extension for Delli Ali.



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